Hugh Holland – Silver. Skate. Seventies.

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Hugh Holland
Silver. Skate. Seventies.

M+B Photo is pleased to announce Silver. Skate. Seventies., an exhibition of black and white photographs by Hugh Holland. The opening of this show will coincide with the grand opening of M+B Photo’s new exhibition space in Hollywood. In Silver. Skate. Seventies., the public will get its first glimpse at the photographer’s never-before-exhibited archive of black and white images, including some of his earliest photographs documenting the rise of the California skateboard revolution in the 70s. The exhibition runs from December 2, 2017 to January 31, 2018, with an opening reception for the artist on Saturday, December 2 from 6 to 8 pm at the new M+B Photo exhibition space in Hollywood.

On a late afternoon in 1975, a young photographer named Hugh Holland drove up Laurel Canyon Boulevard in Los Angeles and encountered skateboarders carving up the drainage ditches along the side of the canyon. Southern California was experiencing a major drought. Emptied suburban swimming pools became evaporated playgrounds for kids with wheels—kick-starting an explosive skateboarding scene. “It spread like wildfire all over Southern California,” says photographer Hugh Holland. “I know it happened in other parts of the world too, but California felt like the center of it all.” Immediately transfixed by their grace and athleticism, he knew he had found an amazing subject. Although not a skateboarder himself, for the next three years Holland never tired of documenting skateboarders surfing the streets of Los Angeles, parts of the San Fernando Valley, Venice Beach and as far away as San Francisco and Baja California, Mexico.

Hugh Holland: Silver. Skate. Seventies., adds a more raw, spontaneous understanding to Holland’s well-known color photographs of the 1970’s skating scene. Though now he is most closely associated with his later work in color, the artist began his photographic documentation of the skateboard revolution shooting in black and white. Holland shot these negatives while experimenting with new ideas and often for his own enjoyment. These early black and white images were in many ways the genesis for his later color works—providing us with a rare glimpse behind the creative curtain.

M+B Photo

New Fashion Nudes – Goliath Books

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New Fashion Nudes
Photo compilation, 15 great photographers edited by Goliath

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN: 978-3-95730-018-8

Contributing photographers:
James Beddoes
Viktor Cicko
Mike Dowson
Dido Fontana
Andrew Kuykendall
Marco Leonardi
Giovanni Lipari
Paolo Pamintuan
Francesco Petrucci
Ryan Pike
Splice Pictures
Ellen Stagg
Collin Stark & Jessica Stark
Marc Van Dalen

This high-quality pictorial features different photographers and their unpretentious, casual approach to e:r:o:t:i:c photography. The superficially unarranged, spontaneous or happenstance pictures convey the new subtle form of e:r:o:t:i:c in the ages of Facebook and Instagram. One could almost say their influences were based on the dreaminess of images in the style of David Hamilton, to the directness of a Calvin Klein campaign, all the way to the bodysuit photography of American Apparel catalogs. Subtle h:o:t e:r:o:t:i:c mental cinema at its best- despite today’s (social media) masked requirements.

Size / Format:
7.2” x 9.6” (18,3 x 24,3 cm)
271 Pages
240 High Quality Photographs
Hardcover

US$ 49.99 – GBP 32.99 – 39.99 €

Goliath Books

Jean-Michel Basquiat – Rinso, 1982-2003

Jean-Michel Basquiat - Rinso, 1982-2003

Jean-Michel Basquiat
Rinso, 1982-2003

Screenprint in colors

40.00 x 40.00 in
101.6 x 101.6 cm
Edition of 85

This work is signed by the estate.

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Artspace

A.P.C. Transmission

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The fascinating inside story behind the cult French fashion label A.P.C.

A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Création) was created as a reaction to the excesses of the 1980s, and the minimalist designs of founder Jean Touitou now have a cult following. This compelling book, published on the occasion of A.P.C.’s 30th anniversary, carries the same minimal aesthetic – yet it’s packed with never-before-seen illustrations and ephemera. Part retrospective of the brand and part personal scrapbook and visual diary, the book includes invitations, postcards, ad campaigns, images of their stores, and collaborations with other designers.

Phaidon Books

Emanuela D’Ambrosi – Invisible Monster

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Invisible Monster

Emanuela D’Ambrosi, 28, degree in photography at the European Institute of Design in Rome. She owes everything to the photograph which has enabled it to create a deep relationship with reality, to receive it at will. She abandoned her studies in Psychology to follow the path that most preferred, convinced that the two disciplines would complete each other, she preferred to speak in the first person, keeps on having a great passion for the workings of the human mind and the latent intentions of individuals. Citing Susan Sontag: “a photograph is both a pseudo-presence and an indication of a lack”

Behance

Beautiful New Worlds – Virtual Realities in Contemporary Art

Beautiful New Worlds - Virtual Realities in Contemporary Art

View of Myths of the Marble, ICA, Philadelphia, Florian Meisenberg, Of Defective Gods & Lucid Dreams (The Museum is Closed for Rennovation), 2017. © and courtesy the artist.

Beautiful New Worlds
Virtual realities in contemporary art
November 11, 2017 — April 8, 2018

Zeppelin Museum
Seestraße 22
88045 Friedrichshafen
Germany

The popularization of virtual reality has created a visual revolution that radically changes both our perception of images and our relationship to reality. Virtual spaces create illusionary worlds that can be directly experienced. Viewers immerse themselves in impressions as far away as possible from the outside world, thereby becoming physically involved through interactive elements that resemble their body. Through virtual reality, the audience becomes part of an image that fills their entire field of vision.

Technologies suitable for mass consumption, such as VR glasses, 3D cardboards, 3D projectors and televisions, are increasingly found in everyday life. The various fields of application for these technologies, including 3D-supported operation monitoring, video games, trauma coping and the digitization of lost cultural treasures all illustrate how virtual spatial images already influence different areas of our world and will continue to shape our future.

The exhibition Beautiful New Worlds addresses these recent developments in image technology and explores the resulting entanglement of virtual and physical spaces. A particular focus is placed on the socio-political potential of virtual technologies. In the crosshairs between illusion and critical distance, different artistic positions examine the possibilities presented in the fields of forensics, the porn industry, and modern warfare; after all, control over virtual space is always interlinked with control over physical space. Virtuality and reality are tightly intertwined with one another.

The escape into illusionary worlds is by no means a new phenomenon. Rather, it is grounded in long traditions. Panoramas, dioramas and stereoscopes illustrate the centuries-old history of mankind’s interest in immersive media. The starting point of the exhibition are stereoscopic photographs, which accompany the history of the Zeppelin from 1900 to the 1930s.

In an exhibition space spanning over 1000 square meters, 13 internationally renowned artists will address the relationship between virtual and physical spaces. In this way, the exhibition reflects different varieties of virtuality. Together with the Berlin-based architecture firm Kooperative für Darstellungspolitik, an exhibition course was created in order to make the complex relationship between virtual and physical spaces bodily perceptible for the audience. The range of virtual reality is explored through simulations in which the physical environment is artificially reproduced, through 3D videos, and through virtual reality spaces that create an all-encompassing illusionary space.

Working closely together with immersive visual media, the artists have collaborated with programmers to further develop the existing technology and revitalize the interdisciplinary interface between contemporary art and technological innovation.

Participating artists: Halil Altindere, Salome Asega & Reese Donohue & Tongkwai Lulin, Trisha Baga, Banz & Bowinkel, micha cárdenas, Harun Farocki, Forensic Architecture, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Florian Meisenberg, The Nest Collective

zeppelin-museum.de

Acne Studios – The Logo Crewneck

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The Logo Crewneck
Navid Optic White
Acne Studios Navid optic white is a short sleeved t-shirt with an intarsia Acne Studios ribbed neckline.

Acne Studios

Alexis

Alexis Ren

Alexis Ren
Who am I?
Selfie

Excedentes – Identity Design

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Excedentes (in spanish means surpluses) is a collaborative platform that was born in 2015 with the aim of promoting a sustainable industry by recovering, transforming and giving new use to industrial waste; Extending their useful life and returning them to the market in the form of new products.

The main challenge of this redesign has been generate a more functional and durable image over time, which also promotes the Excedentes platform philosophy: develop a new product from industrial waste.

What is the surplus of the Excedentes Platform? This point was the beging of the graphical analysis of the last identity, coming to the conclusion that the logo was directly related to the first contest: a bag of biodegradable polyethylene. Once the surplus (in this case, graphic surplus) of the last identity was found, it was transformed into a new use. To this end, a series of previously defined parameters were applied on the previous logo based on the winning project of the first contest. An identity based on the philosophy of the Platform: give a new use to surplus materials.

Behance

Filippa K – New Collection: Soft Sport Resort

Filippa K
New Collection: Soft Sport Resort

Made for winter holidays and travelling, the Soft Sport Resort collection presents timeless swimwear, luxe cashmere knits and breezy kaftans, to wear on vacation or on lazy days at home.

Filippa K website

Mucem – Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée

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Mucem — Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée

Spassky Fischer

Alexandra Agoston by Chris Colls

Alexandra Agoston

Vogue Italia
Black Latex Stockings
Model Alexandra Agoston
Photography by Chris Colls
Stylist Michael Azzollini

Good Room 2017 Poster – Bad Studio

Good Room 2017 Poster
Bad Studio

Sista Sista – Ashlyn Buchi and Jenn Allard

Sista Sista
Ashlyn Buchi @ashlyn_buchi
Jenn Allard @jennallard

Nudie Jeans – Pre-Spring 2018

Nudie Jeans - Pre-Spring 2018

Nudie Jeans – Pre-Spring 2018

Shimmering indigos, cloudy blues, mantel reds, lion browns and summery denims can be found throughout the Pre-Spring palette.

Nudie Jeans

Alexander Kluge – Pluriversum

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Pluriversum
Alexander Kluge

Editor: Museum Folkwang
Author: Alexander Kluge
Designer: Fabian Bremer, Pascal Storz

To mark the occasion of Alexander Kluge’s eighty-fifth birthday, the Museum Folkwang is organizing a comprehensive show of the work of the film-maker, writer, philosopher, and artist. The exhibition is an introduction to Kluge’s artistic “pluriverse” and sets out to illustrate his main methods, themes, and conceptual approaches, with the central focus on his filmic collages. The accompanying book picks up on the themes addressed in the exhibition and concentrates on the principle of work collaboration, which is of key importance for Kluge: the process of “thinking together” with academics and artists, such as Thomas Demand, Georg Baselitz, and Ben Lerner. Both the book and the exhibition are being produced in closecollaboration with Alexander Kluge. “Alexander Kluge: Pluriverse” is at the Museum Folkwang Essen from 15 September 2017 to 7 January 2018 and at the 21er Haus in Vienna from February to April 2018. With texts by Leslie A. Adelson, Christoph Streckhardt, Richard Langston, Ben Lerner, Alexander Kluge, Anna Fricke, a.o.

200 pp.
with 100 black/white and colour illustrations
thread-sewn softcover
Leipzig September, 2017
ISBN: 9783959051712
Edition Number: 1
Width: 16 cm
Length: 21 cm
Language(s): German

Spector Books

Moooi x Gentle Monster Collection – Divinity

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Moooi and Gentle Monster unite to launch the Third Eye Collection!

On November 9th, 2017, Moooi and Gentle Monster launched the Third Eye Collection – a new line of sunglasses inspired by ancient Egypt and the mysticism of the third eye. It is infused with the two brands’ shared vision and philosophy of creative luxury and high-end experimentation.

“We had our eye on Gentle Monster for some time and finally had the chance to meet in New York. We discovered our mutual admiration and felt that we share a similar brand expression and philosophy, the same beating heart and creative allure. What began as an intuition and a personal connection further deepened into a sophisticated collection that we are very proud of.” – Marcel Wanders

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Private Nudes – Leonardo Glauso

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Private Nudes
Photography by Leonardo Glauso

Series of images from Italian fashion photographer Leonardo Glauso’s new book “Private Nudes” available from Goliath Books.

Stylishly Independent

“Who are these women showing their most beautiful sides – fashion models or “just” good-looking students? Whether or not there is even a difference, or if they are interrelated, isn’t important. One thing is definite; they are all very young, pretty and spontaneous.

Italian fashion photographer Leonardo Glauso has captured these natural beauties, specifically for himself. A cross between a nude fashion shoot and private snapshots. Beautiful, sexy – simply erotic. Glauso’s photography sways far from moral norms, his models stand for freedom of sexual expression. What more could one ask for in a time of growing censorship, a time when politicians could care less about free artistic development, or even perceive it as “evil.” Thank you Leonardo Glauso. Thank you to all who stand against this with their stylish nude photography. And of course, thank you to these natural beauties. I love you all.”

Private Nudes
ISBN: 978-3-95730-024-9
US$34.99 – GBP22.99 – €24.99

Goliath

Volume #51 – Augmented Technology

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Volume Magazine
volumeproject.org

In Volume’s 10+ years of existence money became so ingrained in our neoliberal world, that societies have lost sight of almost any other form of value; like fairness, trust, equity, beauty, rest and uselessness. Values that we think need to get back to the surface, but by just going beyond we might loose sight. Powerful and highly interconnected managing systems are ruling that world that yet nobody seems to steer or fully understand. We as cultural agents have to go to the edges of the system we cannot leave, to scratch at some backdoors, that have no door-handle and put some wrenches to work; to dig and excavate, to unfold and rewrap.

The pressing social, political and urban questions of today cannot be dealt with from within the familiar bounds we are comfortable operating, by just one form of knowledge, one discipline, one type of practice, one approach or one cultural background. To get a grip we need to learn: to re-learn, unlearn, experiment, test, research, play.

And that is what Archis/Volume will do the coming years through research, debates, workshops, exhibitions, online publications and (at least) two issues of revamped Volume Magazine per year. The latest issue is redesigned at Irma Boom’s office with ongoing creativity, professionalism and enthusiasm.

Volume #51: Augmented Technology, represents the first step of a long-term research program undertaken by Archis/Volume and its partners. The program responds to the urgency not only to connect or re-connect the world of architecture to the tech community, but also to acknowledge the reality of design as inherently political. In this framework, the issue exposes core elements of the technological reality we live in and makes propositions for the present.

The digital space is inhabited by multiple, synthetic versions of ourselves and other agents, like bots and artificial intelligences interacting on privately owned platforms that acquire an increasingly political dimension—that is where the difference between user and citizen starts blurring. Those platforms represent a new ground of interaction that organizes life also beyond their digital boundaries into the physical world. Therefore, risks and impacts on the digital or the physical reality affect both, generating often unexpected outcomes, raising questions on the resilience of those very systems. More than that, these technologies have become the very tools through which we perceive reality and through which it is narrated to us. What world we want to live in becomes a question of design.

With: Sigrid Johannisse, Charles Landry, Clement Valla, Florence Okoye, Tamar Shafrir, Felix Madrazo, Adrien Ravon, Ben Schouten, Martijn de Waal, Adam van Heerden, Nick Land, Fred F.J. Schoorl, Doma, Victor M. Sanz, Sever, Leonardo Dellanoce, Liam Young, Nicolay Boyadjiev, Benjamin Bratton, Keiichi Matsuda, Stephan Petermann and Sander Pleij

The issue includes: Deconstruction, a 32-page insert produced with the Jaap Bakema Study Centre and designed by Loraine Furter. It investigates the deconstruction and re-use of modernist building components as researched by Rotor.

Volume #51, Augmented Technology can be purchased here.

Proenza Schouler – Spiral Knit Turtleneck

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Spiral Knit Turtleneck
Proenza Schouler

A traditional silhouette is revitalised in this long sleeve turtleneck. Keeping in line with the fascination of playing with structure, the sleeves are elongated with the cuffs hanging beyond the wrist and an asymmetrical hemline jutting out to the side in a daring detail. Woven from a blend of Italian yarn and merino wool, this jumper features a classic ribbed detail from the angular hem to the turtleneck. 48% viscose, 42% merino wool, 10% polyester.

Proenza Schouler

Private Nudes, Portfolio Edition – Leonardo Glauso

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Private Nudes
Portfolio Edition
Photographer / Fotograf: Leonardo Glauso

Italian fashion photographer Leonardo Glauso has captured these natural beauties, specifically for himself. A cross between a nude fashion shoot and private snapshots. Beautiful, sexy – simply erotic. Glauso’s photography sways far from moral norms, his models stand for freedom of sexual expression. In short: stylishly independent, erotic, unbelievably beautiful, loaded with sensuality.

Publisher: GOLIATH
ISBN: 978-3-95730-024-9

Size: 5.5” x 8.5” / 14,5 x 21,5 cm
Pages: 128
Images: 120
Hardcover
English, German, Français, Español, Italiano
US$ 34.99 / £ 23.99 / € 24,99

Goliath Books

House on Prenzlauer Berg by Loft Kolasinski

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Interior design project, design and creation of furniture, terrace on the roof and garden.

The design of a newly built home in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin has used furniture designed and made by Loft Kolasinski: a bed, a chaise longue, a table, a bench and hangers. In addition, the project uses unique furniture, lighting and vintage carpets from the 50s, 60s originating from the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany and Poland, and the unique graphics of the Polish artist Stanisław Dawski dating back to the 1950s and the painting by the Brazilian painter Aecio Sarti. The unique detail of the equipment is made by traditional Polish pottery clay dishes and pots.

Interior design: Loft Kolasiński
Interior photography: Karolina Bąk www.karolinabak.com

Torbjørn Rødland – The Model

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The Model

In The Model, Torbjørn Rødland examines one of the defining principles of his approach to photography: that the notion and meaning of ‘the model’ is open-ended. Hyper-aware that we view the world through endless filters that arbitrate our relationship with people, objects and images, from the mid 1990s Rødland’s photography has sought to penetrate postmodern surfaces in order to redefine the possibilities of psychological, erotic and spiritual subjectivity and interconnectivity. He attempts to tap into subliminal thoughts and feelings through images that are both sensual and cerebral.

Synthesizing an array of photographic genres and approaches The Model comprises elements of critical appropriation, diaristic snapshot, reportage, commercial and staged photography – all strung together by the iconic face of Polish actress and fashion model Malgosia Bela. The book brings together pictures of Malgosia made over a ten-year period in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, London, Warsaw, Oslo and Lofoten. In Rødland’s words, “We see her interacting with pictures, becoming pictures, being pictures.” Serving as an experiment in photographic language and code, each image elicits a response that equivocates between alienation and intimacy. With this in mind, The Model can also be seen as a love letter to both a medium and to a mediated woman.

128 pages
75 colour plates
8 duotone plates
18.5 cm x 22.8 cm

Mack Books

Al-Jawad Pike – Private House, Stoke Newington, London

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This project establishes a single storey L-shaped volume that infills the narrow passage to the side of the rear outrigger part of the house and integrates the existing ground floor to create a new large kitchen and dining area overlooking the garden. A large skylight brings top light into the centre of the house and a large timber framed sliding door maximises openness to the garden.

Photography: Ståle Eriksen

Al-Jawad Pike

Equality – Nike

Yes Nike Equality

Timber – Dangyuongji

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Dangyuongji

Comme Des Garçon

Comme Des Garcon Interior Photo

Comme Des Garçon

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesca by Von Mitchell

Francesa
Photography by Von Mitchell

Von Mitchell Visuals

Ello

C’est La Fuckin’ Vie!

C'est La Fuckin' Vie!

C’est La Fuckin’ Vie!

Bodyzine by Von Mitchell

Bodyzine by Von Mitchell - Ello

BODYZINE GIVE AWAY !!!!
BODYZINE, will feature multiple anonymous models that are comfortable in their own skin.
To win please leave a comment here and one winner will be picked randomly be the @ello team.

Photography by Von Mitchell

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